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Definition of "shines" []

  • To emit light (verb)
  • To glow or be bright with reflected light (verb)
  • To direct the light of (a lamp, etc) (verb)
  • To cause to gleam by polishing (verb)
  • To be conspicuously competent; excel (verb)
  • To appear clearly; be conspicuous (verb)
  • The state or quality of shining; sheen; lustre (noun)
  • A liking or fancy (esp in the phrase take a shine to) (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shine. (verb)

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Use "shines" in a sentence
  • "It is here where the simulation aspect of the title shines through as the emphasis on actual racing strategy comes into play."
  • "Where Nomad really shines is the level of customisation you can do — you can tweak almost any of the UI elements, create bookmarks to common folders, open multiple tabs, or even add in your own custom tools to the menu."
  • "Another place Muy Macho shines is in their Oaxacan specialties."